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Randy Orton May Miss Survivor Series, Bo Dallas Injured

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F4W has reported that the WWE’s upcoming UK tour dates have been altered to not include “The Viper” Randy Orton. This could also indicate that Orton will not appear at the next scheduled pay-per-view, Survivor Series, which will take place in his home town of St. Louis, Missouri. Orton had just dropped the hell in a cell rematch to John Cena, but it seemed like “The Viper” and Seth Rollins were going to begin a feud of their own after both landing finishers on each other in the last few weeks.

Tonight’s episode of Raw is the last time Orton is scheduled to appear for a good while because he is slated to work on the WWE Films project, The Condemned 2. It’s been reported that Randy is expected to succumb to some kayfabe injury that is to happen on tonight’s Raw. He is expected to be missing in action for the remainder of filming which may or may not be through Survivor Series. The Survivor Series main event was expected to be Team Authority vs. Team Cena and many speculated that Team Authority would be headed up by Orton himself.

(Photo Courtesy Randy Orton WWE Facebook Page)
(Photo Courtesy Randy Orton WWE Facebook Page)

What is certain is that Randy will not be in the UK next week and his advertisement for Survivor Series has been pulled. All signs point to Raw tonight for a fake reasoning towards his upcoming absence.

Bo Dallas had something UnBO-Lievable happen to him recently. Bray Wyatt’s actual little brother will have to miss the next six to eight of weeks due to an injury to his left foot.

Bo burst on to the WWE scene from NXT and immediately started a feud with Wade Barrett that got stale faster than fans wanted. He then faded back into the shadows of the WWE until the creative team awarded him with a new gimmick where he used the mic to become a intolerable and annoying motivational speaker. Dallas would harass losing opponents about their loss and point out their biggest flaw, then have one meaningless thought to turn it all around and proclaim that all they had to do was…. “BOLIEVE.” Dallas was recently involved in a feud with the world strongest man, Mark Henry, with Dallas ending up the victor on surprisingly more than one occasion.

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